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The Mexican Yearbook of International Law (AMDI) was created in 2000, as a publication of the Institute of Legal Research of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. The original purpose of the AMDI is to seek the active participation of national and foreign experts and scholars in ambits distinct to the Institute of Legal Research, in order to collaborate both in the editorial work, and submitting their own manuscripts for their publication. A proof of this plurality is the fact that in the Editorial Board is composed of experts from the most varied institutions and nationalities. It is important to point out that the AMDI seeks to keep the quality that has always characterized it. Thus, it has a policy of arbitration of the highest academic strictness. The members of the Editorial Board and an Arbitration Committee, as well as external experts, are those who analyze the content and the form of the works. Their names are never revealed.

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